Sometimes you have a conversation and when you are finished, you feel as if some little part of you just changed forever. You may not realize what has changed, or how it has changed, but you know that you will never look at things quite the same way again. That experience recently happened to me. […]Read more "Seize the Day! From Brazil."
Earlier today, a scout troop arrived. We host many scout troops from all over, many of which are coming to experience Torrent Falls, a climbing adventure nearby. Tonight, one of the troop leaders came in after a hike to the Natural Bridge. I asked him how he was, a pleasantry I often use. He said, […]Read more "Living the Dream"
One of the things that I love about working in the Red River Gorge area of Kentucky in the United States of America is that we constantly get exposed to other cultures and people. Recently, I spoke with Natasha Kennedy who is from Bristol, England about 100 miles West of London. Like many folks who […]Read more "Camper Spotlight at Land of the Arches: International Climbers from Bristol, England"
Due to a demand for business education in tourism-related industries, an Entrepreneurial SMARTS: Simple Methods and Reality -Based Training for success will be offered beginning October 15 in the Red River Gorge at Land of the Arches Campground. The twelve hour course will begin October 16 from 5PM-8PM EST and will meet again on October […]Read more "Entrepreneurship/Small Business Training Course to be offered in the Red River Gorge (Emphasis on Tourism Related Business)"
Adam Stein is a climber in residence at the Land of the Arches campground. Adam is the epitome of what it means to be an “in the zone” lover of the sport. He said he first began climbing in 2012 after his relationship had ended and he wanted to plan a “man adventure” for himself, […]Read more "Camper Spotlight at Land of the Arches: Adam Stein on Climbing the “Red”"
I recently had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Jeff Warner, an outdoor enthusiast who has through hiked the Sheltowee Trace Trail. The Sheltowee Trace Trail is a 323-mile National Recreation Trail that was created in 1979 and stretches from the Burnt Mill Bridge Trail Head in the Big South Fork National River […]Read more "Camper Spotlight at Land of the Arches: Through Hiking the Sheltowee Trace Trail"
Like many things, idealism can be a blessing or a curse. It can be the thing that motivates you to get up in the morning and live each day trying to be a better person than the one you were the day before. Conversely, it can be the thing that keeps you trapped in a […]Read more "Idealism"